[cisco-voip] UCCx server requirements?

Lelio Fulgenzi lelio at uoguelph.ca
Fri Feb 27 12:32:23 EST 2009

The reason you can't install UCCX on the CallManagers anymore is because CallManagers run on the (linux) appliance and UCCX is still a Windows application. 

As far as the specifications, you can use Cisco MCS or IBM/HP specs (www.cisco.com/go/swonly) for sure. I'm not sure about clones and/or virtual boxes. 

According to this hardware compatibility sheet, it looks like not. 


This installation document continues to hint that it's Cisco only approved hardware: 


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From: "Jonathan Madziarczyk" <JMad at cityofevanston.org> 
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Sent: Friday, February 27, 2009 12:21:52 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern 
Subject: [cisco-voip] UCCx server requirements? 

So I’ve heard differing reports about UCC and am trying to get clarification. 

Prior to 6.x (and maybe 5.x) you could install UCC on the CallManager, now they need to be separate. (we’re running 6.0) 

I’ve been told now that it can be installed onto any server, but I see in Cisco’s price list they have a specific category for UCC running on MCS servers. 

So does it have to be an MCS server (or ibm/cpq clone) or can it be installed onto any server (even virtual)? 

Thanks J 


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